No particular prerequisites must be met. However, for the purposes of sitting for the final exam, students must have already passed the exams relating to Diritto Costituzionale e Istituzioni di Diritto Privato, as established by the applicable rules of the Department.
This course aims at providing students with an adequate knowledge of the main issues relating to European Union Law, including both the institutional part and internal market law.
This course will cover the foundational aspects of European Union law, such as especially: i) the historical evolution of the European integration process; ii) the institutions of the Union; iii) the legislative procedures; iv) the sources; v) the Union competences; vi) the role and functions of the Court of Justice of the European Union; vii) the relationship between Union law and the Italian legal order.
The course will also examine certain aspects of substantive European Union law, with particular emphasis on the fundamental freedoms of the Single Market: i) free movement of goods; ii) free movement of services and freedom of establishment; iii) free movement of persons; iv) free movement of capitals.
Ugo Villani, Istituzioni di Diritto dell’Unione europea, III edition, Bari, 2013;
Luigi Daniele, Diritto del Mercato unico europeo, II edition, Milano, 2012, Chapters 1-5.
Frontal lectures, plus interactive/seminar analysis of recent judgments of the European Court of Justice.
The Course will be complemented by 15 hours of seminars aimed at analysing recent judgments of the European Court of Justice that cover the main legal issues examined during the course. Students are advised to examine the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, with particular attention to the provisions commented during the lectures.